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there is a good comparison here http://www.digital-geography.com/arcgis-server-vs-open-source-gis-solutions/#.VRSBG_mUfIt


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You can use CartoServer but you will need to install CartoView first.


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If it's a vectorlayer you can use the getDataExtent()-Method. Otherwise you can also just set the extent manually, grab the centerpoint for this extent and use this centerpoint to center the map: Just move the map to the extent you like and get the coordinates in your console: map.events.register("moveend", map, function () { var centerpoint = ...


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The easiest way to achieve the same in OpenLayers 3 is to use WMS GetFeatureInfo. Your code could look something like this (assuming mymap is your layer with a WMS source, and map is your ol.Map instance): var parser = new ol.format.WMSGetFeatureInfo(); var highlightOverlay = new ol.FeatureOverlay({ // style: (customize your highlight style here), map: ...


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Mapnik (v3 is about to be released) + TileStache + NGINX (or Gunicorn) For the viewer: OL3 or LeafLet Please develop your app on Linux


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You are correct that you need a server to be able to process and send small chunks of the data at the request of your web client. This is the promise of many web-based GIS. This is achieved via 'tiling'. There are a few different approaches Static pre-rendered tiles: There are tools which will allow you to create pre-rendered image tiles from your vector ...


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As noted in a comment by neuhausr there is a documented solution for this problem on the GDAL site GDAL info page for ESRI Personal GeoDatabase, but the solution is only for Linux. If like me you find yourself on a 64-bit Windows platform and have 64-bit MapServer/GDAL you might find yourself scratching your head, as yes you can get the same error :-( ...


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What abput "tile_map_edge_buffer" and "tile_metatile_level" metadata params? I was able to solve a similar problem, drawing points with png icons. The icons appeared cutted in adjacent tiles, but using "tile_map_edge_buffer" and "tile_metatile_level" metadata params in mapfile was the solution. Also you need to pass the follow request params: mode=tile ...



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